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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    Padron Peppers with olive oil and sea salt.
    Nothing better.

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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    Indian food(from India)! I finally tried a pretty good recipe for dal makhani. Dal Makhani Recipe, Oberoi Style: The Original Recipe sourced from the Chefs | A Life (Time) of Cooking
    My GF makes the best bread and green beans sauteed with crispy lentils. We added a half a minced onion to the dal. Please ignore the uninspired tandoori chicken cutlet.
     

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    Did a little action on the grill last night. My pal brought over some opihi, aka limpets, that someone got over on Kauai somewhere. Sauced with a simple mix of soy sauce, lemon juice and tabasco. Really good.





     

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    So damned boring but oh so good.



    Huge honkin' double cut bone in rib-eye with special spice rub. (Lotsa dried chile ancho in rub)

    Baked potato

    Fresh garden salad

    Great bottle of Argentine reserve Malbec from Alto
     

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    This is from last week, but I'm just now getting around to posting pics. We had some leftover beef, so we did up some tacos. Home tortillas and papaya salsa. Papayas from the roadside vendor up the street. He cut me a deal on these overripe and mushy smoothie grade fruit and I mixed with some chili peppers from the prolific plant in the yard.




     

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    Tacos look awesome.
     

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    From the city of big shoulders, a double dip on the egg:

    lamb shoulder (tonight's dinner) and a pork shoulder (dinner for the week)

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin3mj View Post
    From the city of big shoulders, a double dip on the egg:

    lamb shoulder (tonight's dinner) and a pork shoulder (dinner for the week)

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    Some detail on these:

    Pork spent 8+ hours on the Egg at ~225-250F. Took it off and wrapped in foil for 2 hours. It then fell apart with a fork with zero effort whatsoever.

    Lamb shoulder- 3x smashed garlic cloves, handful carrots, generous splash olive oil, salt & pepper, splash red wine, 1x tomato, pat of butter, handful mint leaves. 4 hours on the egg. Fork tender like nobody's business. Ate it with cauliflower- parboiled then quick charred on the stovetop with cumin and pepper. Reduced the juices a wee bit- pour over everything. Highly recommend- will cook again soon.
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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    Robin3mj - two questions. First, why are you not as large as a house and did you replace the BGE gasket? Nice work on the low/slow porky goodness.

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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

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    I have been wanting to make a pasta drying rack for a while so I came up with this. It will easily hold pasta to feed 10 people good sized helpings. It breaks down for storage and all the dowels aren't in it in the pictures, I only did a 3 batches of pasta this time. I prepared it as shown in the tomato thread using the tomato water except I used frozen homemade pesto instead of the basil. It was awesome. I didn't really bother with appetizers so I broke out the pickled green tomatoes and poblanos.

    Thanks for all the inspiration.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Robin3mj - two questions. First, why are you not as large as a house and did you replace the BGE gasket? Nice work on the low/slow porky goodness.
    1. ride lots and eat no junkfood
    2. I have replaced it once (since early on I left the lid open too often and charred it to brittleness), and will probably do it again before the winter arrives so I can ensure good heat seal-age when it's cold outside.
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    All of robin3mj's excess calories land on me. His answer #1 is a blatant fabrication.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by rec head View Post
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    I have been wanting to make a pasta drying rack for a while so I came up with this. It will easily hold pasta to feed 10 people good sized helpings. It breaks down for storage and all the dowels aren't in it in the pictures, I only did a 3 batches of pasta this time. I prepared it as shown in the tomato thread using the tomato water except I used frozen homemade pesto instead of the basil. It was awesome. I didn't really bother with appetizers so I broke out the pickled green tomatoes and poblanos.

    Thanks for all the inspiration.
    Nice rack. Honk honk.

    The tomato water recipe is terrific.
     

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    I went to our local grocery store to find something for dinner, but I was disappointed by their protein selection. I bought a head of broccoli so that I wouldn't feel odd leaving empty handed, then went home to pick up a dog and headed out to a spot a few miles from the house that I know holds sharptail grouse. Two hours later I was back in the kitchen with my protein for the evening.

    I combined a couple recipes and improvised where I didn't have ingredients, ending up with seared sharptail breasts on a trencher of homemade wheat bread, with a layer of sweet onions and bacon from the local butcher, topped with maple bourbon sauce.

     

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    Caleb, when I visit MN on my whorl wind post-retirement debriefing and debauchery tour I plan to visit you and that field. You always bring the heat. Beautiful plate.

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    You're more than welcome at my house any time, Too Tall. Thanks for the kind words.
     

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    Jumping over from the BGE thread:

    6lb rib roast- rubbed w/ salt and pepper/spices, put on the Egg for about 2 hrs at 225F. Removed, wrapped in foil, took the ceramic shield out of the grill and temp up to 550F. Sear/char for 5 minutes then re-wrap.
    Roasted parsnips, potatoes, Brussels sprouts.
    Tiny Yorkshire puddings that fall apart in your mouth.
    Brunello.

    Dog drool all over the knees of my jeans.

    No pics- ate too fast.
    Leftover roast beef and cheddar samwiches for lunch this week.
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    Not much riding this weekend. Instead I worked on improving my descending. Ravioli make me go downhill faster:

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    These are filled with of beef, pork, Parmasiano reggiano, some herbage and red wine. Dipped in alfredo, topped with an oil cured tomato and a drop of pesto.
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    The other half are filled with butternut squash and ricotta. Sauce is brown butter with fresh sages, walnuts, dried cranberries, and a drizzle of fig balsamic.
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    Overkill to put them together on one plate. But the better half couldn't decide between them.

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    Lots more for the freezer. Might have to get serious about weightlifting this winter.
     

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    Noteddy, righteous work my friend. I'd have a hard time deciding and if pressed would go for the butternut brown butter version. My wife's fav. pasta is a spinach gnoucci / brown butter rosemary that I serve with a bitter goat cheese salad with warm dressing. Fresh pasta is so good.

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